Ferrari launches new rear wing with increased linear speed at F1 Miami GP[F1-Gate .com]

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Scuderia Ferrari introduces a new rear wing to compete with Red Bull Racing’s linear speed at the first ever F1 My Eye GP.

Four races have ended in the 2022 F1 World Championship. Ferrari seemed to have the upper hand in the opening three races, but Red Bull was once again competitive in Ferrari’s hometown of Imoda.

The Emilia Romagna GP at Imola was a nightmare for Ferrari. Carlos Sainz retired on the opening lap after being spun by Daniel Ricciardo. Meanwhile, championship leader Charles Leclerc came in contact with Wall, who lost control while chasing Sergio Perez, and ended up in sixth place.

Red Bull Racing has achieved a 1-2 finish for the first time since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix. Max Verstappen won by building a 16.5 second buffer over second-placed Sergio Perez.

It was clear that Red Bull’s efforts to reduce weight from the RB18 were rewarded. The team was unable to respond to Ferrari’s pace in the previous round in Australia.

Currently, Red Bull is just 11 points below Ferrari in the Constructors’Championship, and Max Verstappen has risen to second place in the Drivers’ Championship, just 27 points behind Charles Leclerc.

The Corriere della Sera is more aggressive when combined with “another small aerodynamic upgrade to the car’s underbody”, allowing Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez to work on the tires with the lighter weight of the RB18. It reports that setup is possible.

Red Bull’s upgrade will reportedly continue in Miami, where F1 will visit the newly built Miami International Autodrome for the first time, but Ferrari is also preparing a counter.

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Corriere della Sera reports that Ferrari plans to launch a new rear wing in Miami. It claims to be designed to reduce drag and “improve aerodynamic efficiency.”

In the last four races, Red Bull will consistently have a straighter and faster package when Red Bull and Ferrari are close on the track, especially in the battle between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc. Looked.

Therefore, Ferrari’s new rear wing seems to counter the advantages of that particular Red Bull, but Corriere della Sera adds that Ferrari will also make adjustments to the F1-75’s underbody to deal with bouncing. rice field.

“That’s where we’re losing performance. We need to keep working on it,” said Mattia Binotto, Ferrari’s F1 team representative, confirming that there are minor upgrades in Miami, but new parts. He said it would be Barcelona to see the “more substantive package” of.

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